J# port of JAWAS

George Birbilis, one of our J# MVP’s, just sent me a note to show his completed port of JAWAS to J#. You can download it here (it requires J# 2.0): http://www.mech.upatras.gr/~robgroup/agents/multi-agent/. This is a cool example of how J# can be used to port a Java application to the .NET Framework. George has completed several such…

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The Finalizer Case Study

Want to know more about how The Finalizer was built? In case you haven’t seen it, The Finalizer is a BattleBot which is controlled by a .NET Compact Framework application running on a Pocket PC, and it can even be driven remotely using an XBox controller! Now you can read more in a case study that was just published…

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College Football Matchup: MSN Search vs. Google

This week’s college football matchup? MSN Search, ranked #2 in most polls, against the #1 ranked Google. I wanted to see what types of results you get on each search engine if you’re searching for football games like I am (since my Gators are playing the LSU Tigers today). And the results…? MSN Search: 1Google:…

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New Blog Flair Sighting!

The ZMan reports that Glenn on IRComm.net may have actually been the first Coding4Fun reader to post some flair. Thanks, Glenn!

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Coding4Fun Blog Flair

Kent built this cool “blog flair” you can use to show the latest Coding4Fun articles on your blog, Web page, email signature, etc. You can pick from some slightly different designs as well. See http://msdn.microsoft.com/coding4fun/spreadtheword/Default.aspx to get the HTML for your favorite design. Kent also tells us that he’s going to write an article describe how…

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